No Space To Grieve

Capitalism doesn’t give a shit about our losses or grief. Work remains. We’re still expected to do it. There’s still no space to grieve, even as there should be.

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Educating during Catastrophes

It’s our responsibility to address our catastrophic times and to act, to intercede, to make our students’ futures less grim. And we have to start now.

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Not Business as Usual

If institutions don’t care about us, they can’t expect us to care about them. They can’t expect loyalty. They can’t expect that people will stay.

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All Over Again

It’s more of the same. I feel suffocated by the sameness; clawing at my throat will leave nothing but wounds that I’ll have to tend to. I don’t have time to tend to them. I remind myself to breathe, and I do.

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Can We Be Heard?

Recent events remind us that our culture doesn’t prioritize women, even as we bravely recount our toughest truths. We get harmed, ignored, dismissed and belittled, over and over again. I’m sick of it.

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Not “Too Emotional”

So, as I watched men tell Danvers that she’s “too emotional” again and again, I got angry. I heard the echoes of the same words lobbed at me. Like Danvers, I can’t stand when men tell me what I can do or who I am supposed to be.

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